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Jul 18, 2011 7:00pm EDT
as well. >>> still ahead, a new turn in the legal battle between daniel schneider and the washington city paper. but first, not just smoke on this water, oh no. you see that? it's fire. a look at the damage to washington yacht club comes your way in a minute. we'll tell you about it. stay with us. >>> taking to the water to get out of the coming heat wave will not be an option for four boater owners in southeast washington. that after a fire ripped through the washington yacht club early this morning. four boats between 30 to 45 feet long are gone. a fifth is badly damaged and a significant portion of the pier will have to be replaced. in total, we're talking almost a million dollars in damage. dc firefighters say they are still investigating what caused all this. >> last week's fundraiser to help employees at the tune in appears to have been a big success. the capital hill staple damaged in a fire last month. last friday's benefit raised more than $30,000 for the folks who work there. owner says they are hoping to have the bar back open been labor day. >>> down the street at the u.s. ca
Jul 18, 2011 6:00pm EDT
and the preseason would be in tact. and who knows, maybe dan schneider can have two legal matters wiped off. nearly six months after schneider filed his liable suit against the washington city paper, today the aclu, wusa, and other parties filed a brief in federal court seeking to see schneider prove his case quickly or debrief. passed in the dc council which offers broader protection for public figures and makes it easier for lawsuits to be dismissed. and schneider's attempt to run them out of business by dragging the legal proceedings out longer than they can afford. numerous other parties joined the aclu in filing. you can see the full list at >> nats moving on to houston tonight and it will be jason marquis taking on the astros for the 30th time in his career. he has beaten them nine times. he will take on the rookie. not sure if twitter is an accurate measure of what the world finds interesting, but for the sake of this story, let's say it is. before yesterday, the most tweeted global events since the site was founded in 2006 were the wedding of william and kate and the death of osa
Jul 18, 2011 11:00pm EDT
gets involved a dispute between dan schneider and a washington newspaper. >>> plus, a reunion between a mother ♪ [ rock ] [ chattering ] [ man on tv ] 96309. [ man ] ♪ she got it, you got it ♪ i got it, we got it [ groans ] ♪ who's got it see you later. ♪ yeah! ♪ come on, she got it you got it, we got it who's got it ♪ we're all different. that's why there are five new civics. the next-generation civic. only from honda. that's amazing. you know what else is amazing? how easy it is to save money on motorcycle, boate with geico. geico, saving people money, on more than just car insurance. >>> fallout of a phone hacking scandal continues to spread in the united kingdom tonight. scotland yard is looking for new leadership and even the prime minister's on the defense. david cameron cut short an overseas trip and will address parliament on wednesday. meanwhile, the man who first blew the whistle on the news of the world was found dead today. his death, however, not considered suspicious. stephanie gosk reports. >> reporter: london's police, the fabled scotland yard is reeling
Jul 18, 2011 5:00pm EDT
in the washington city paper's fight against washington redskins owner dan schneider and they include wusa9. >> 9 sports director joins us to explain. >> it's been a while on this story. daniel schneider is suing the washington city paper because of an article they wrote about him that he claims is liablist and maliciously untrue. numerous legal scholars analyzed and not only find schneider's claims to be without merit, but quash press coverage against him. several others filed a brief with the court today asking that schneider either hurry up and prove it or that his case be dismissed. there are those that believe schneider and his lawyers are purposely dragging out the proceedings to increase legal costs and drain the finances of the relatively small washington city paper and today's brief, among other things, is trying to put a stop to that. hear are other parties to join wusa and aclu. they join journalist trade groups and government offices. some of whom often find themselves on opposite sides of the political spectrum. all of whom in this case that rich guys cannot push people around just
Jul 18, 2011 11:00pm EDT
that is going on. so, how does dan schneider feel about all of this? of course i wouldn't know, because schneider remains afraid to talk to me since we called him out about being a bully about the city paper and now powerful people are standing up to ?ierd as well. the aclu along with wusa and a dozen other media organizations file add brief asking that schneider quickly prove his liable claims or the case be dismissed. some believe schneider is trying to drag the case out so he can believe the city paper into bankruptcy. these groups joined wusa in saying the court should stop that. >>> down on the warph tonight, still perfect. now 11-0, they knocked off the sacramento capitals tonight, 25- 14, winning all five events. they guaranteed home court advantage throughout the playoffs. >> finally tonight, as u.s. soccer fans continue to mourn the penalty kicks yesterday, perhaps they should have tried what diab did in the uae yesterday when he went backwards on the pk and scored. watch him go around. >> watching him spin. >> the thing of it is, the guy that did that got in a lot of troubl
Jul 29, 2011 4:00am PDT
renovations. joseph schneider vanished before a court appearance on charges of stealing a car. how he got there, how he got stuck there remain as mystery. >>> and now, here's an early look at how wall street will kick off the day. >>> the dow opened up 12,240 after losing 62 points thursday. the s&p fell four points. the nasdaq was up one. taking a look at overseas trading this morning. in tokyo, the nikkei tumble ed 68 points, while in hong kong the hang seng dropped 130. >>> a sell-off late in the game yesterday had the dow tallying its fifth straight day of losses. stocks reverse course on late development over the ongoing debt stalemate. earlier on the markets had been getting a boost on some positive economic data, including weekly jobless claims. the labor department reported claims for unemployment benefits declined more than expected. they dropped below 400,000, a key level for the first time since early april. >>> big oil continued to make big money in the second quarter. exxonmobil reported a 41% jump in profits as gas prices hit three-year highs. results were still short of ana
Jul 15, 2011 5:30am EDT
it deep to left center. watch this grab. travis schneider makes the play while colliding with davis. this was the first time in ten years the yankees lost the opening game after the all-star break. toronto hammered the yankees 16-7. that's a cfl score. >>> coming up at the top of the hour, president obama holds a press conference at 11:00 eastern. but what more can he do to push the two sides closer in the debt negotiation that appears to be at a standstill? we'll discuss it with our crew. >>> when we come back we'll huddle around the water cooler to watch wonderful televised awkwardness. what happens when the guest you're interviewing isn't who you thought he was? you'll see when "way too early" comes back. in cyber attacks. in financial transactions... on devices... in social interactions... and applications in the cloud. some companies are worried. some, not so much. thanks to a network that secures it all and knows what to keep in, and what to keep out. outsmart the threats. see how at cisco. vietnam, 1967. i got mine in iraq, 2003. u.s.a.a. auto insurance is often han
Jul 19, 2011 5:00pm PDT
speaker. >> good afternoon, supervisors. dave schneider. by way of information but not necessarily reputation, i am a co-founder of the united taxicab workers. i have also been a legal aid worker and a journalist. i rise in support of item 52. the file urging to halt the action under the transfer of credit card charges, because as i see it, it is an economic issue that affects poor, working cabdrivers. they want to charge as much as 3% to 5%. by way of public disclosure, i work over a green cap, and drivers do not get charged at all. -- i work over at greencastle regent -- green cab. we have raised this at the mta about getting credible information about being able to use the av cameras in a comprehensive way to get the data and so forth, and yet, nothing seems to be really, really happening. it is almost like living in a bad movie. there are people in good faith. there are bureaucrats. they are responsible, but nothing seems to be happening. it is a concern, so i report to you because of your position on the board of supervisors. you are part of the family, and i just wanted to ra
Jul 29, 2011 12:00pm CDT
schneider has a live report ... >>the mayor today said the projected budget deficit for chicago will be more than $635 million that's money that has to be found to plug the hole in order to tackle that balancing the budget he is going to try and your approach newer than anything chicago has seen before >>we're going to deal with the structural challenges facing the city's fiscal health that set of choices has been avoided over the last decade hoping economic recovery might take care of the problem or just pushing off that set of tough choices or using onetime fixes to kick the can down the road and i'm not gonna do havethat.. he's taking a hard look at the inadequacies of the structural problems with the budget over the last decade and he wants to try and do all of this without raising taxes ... we believe that there are many ideas that have been brought forth from many different groups but we can't reduce it without reducing city payroll ... 80 percent of the general funds go to personnel related expenses and natcher people realize that ... >>not sure people realize this.. he'
Jul 19, 2011 7:00am EDT
between the red skins owner and the american city paper. according to a new dc law schneider must prove quickly the city paper knowingly published false and harmful information about schneider or his lawsuit will be dismissed schneider filed a defamation suit against the paper for a november 2010 story about him the paper said an article was clearly within free speech protections. >>> well, the fall out from britain's phone hacking scandal continues to grow this morning news corp. chief rupert murdoch is set to appear before parliament, two other big names under scrutiny will be by his side dr. lictor professor at george mason joins us. now i know that we are talking about his son james will be there as well, rebecca brooks uk former newspaper chief, what do you expect to hear from parliament today? >> they want answers why a powerful news organization could spy on thousands of people from the highest to the lowest and folks at the top, either didn't know anything or knew about it and didn't care. so murdochs are now in a difficult position they have to show they are really sorry for wh
Jul 12, 2011 6:00pm EDT
donovan had enough of being dan schneider's battering ram. quit the team to return to his law firm. he left for personal reasons, for sanity is a personal reason. finally, you probably become aware of the old soccer tradition, hello, soccer tradition of exchanging jerseys after a match. usually for obvious reasons, that is limited to the guys, right? well not anymore. josephine went up to the crowd and gave her jersey, well, the payoff there,. >> that's it for us.
Jul 19, 2011 9:00am EDT
in november. >>> spider filed a defamation suit against the -- schneider filed a deaf nation suit against the paper about a story about him, civil liberties is filing a brief in accordance with the new dc law, schneider must prove the paper filed false information against him. the article was clearly within free speech protection they say. >>> upcoming nfl season could be back on track in a matter of days there is word a new collective bargaining deal could be in place this week the world champion packers have even gone as far as to tell players their facility will be open friday and be ready to show up at a team meeting saturday a deal is expected to cover the next 10 seasons. >>> hopefully. >> yes. >> dangerous heat wave gripping much of the country, 20% of the nation is experiencing severe heat a look at what is ahead and what is causing this heat next. >> caught on camera, a black bear in action in a local neighbourhood where this furry guy showed up next. we are back in a moment what is th oh, we call it the bundler. let's say you need home and auto insurance. you give us your inform
Jul 12, 2011 12:00pm CDT
,000 in the south and 53,000 in the city of chicago. >>monica schneider is live at kill some park with a reportgilson park with a live repot some people did get lucky here they got some power but many did not looking and downtown wilmettte says it all that looks like a ghost town at the moment in this northern suburb it will continue to look this way until commonwealth edison can get electricity restored sadly nothing can restore this 265 year-old bicentennial ash tree one of the oldest such trees in the entire state of illinois in was a proud local landmark here is a picture of what it used to look like courtesy of the village president the village has done a lot to treat it and save it over the last few years they kept alive through by the infestations and all kinds of things but mother nature ultimately took the tree down ... we are joined now by the village president ... >>we were shocked that it survived all these years and came down in yesterday's storm >>history predates the history of this country where the founding of this country. >>we have lost ash trays and the past
Jul 13, 2011 12:00pm CDT
possible impact on the environment monica schneider is live on the southeast side with details of the coal to gas plant ... more than 1200 jobs will be brought to the chicago economically challenged southeast side ... the down side is more pollution in an area that has seen quite a lot of it already and the associated health hazards ... this is the former republic steel site the plan is to turn it into a coal gasification plant the company is new york based acadia.. governor quinn signed a bill today to pave the way for this new alternative energy source ... this is all about a $3 billion investment that will create construction jobs and other operational jobs and hopefully more coal mining jobs for people in this country ... thousands of local men and women will be put to work with good paying jobs at a time when jobs are more important and more needed than ever ... behind me is a perfect example of what our economy has become in illinois and in this country this is a symbol of a wasted area of land a site that is acres' long and acres wide with no jobs getting created no productivity
Jul 14, 2011 12:00pm CDT
our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web ... monica schneider is live in river forest with details on that top story ... >>this is a case of fatal attraction for the victim her boyfriend an ax, but is the accused of having her killed he used his son and another cop to do the dirty work ... schumachevron alexander was murdered and her boyfriend 39 year-old devin bickham str. is being held.. >>police say the senior bickham was in the parking lots when a son and another officer showed up and shot her dead ... he called it 911 to act like a witness but the other two were caught in a neighboring suburb with the guns ... police believed it was a case of a married man wanting to get rid of the girlfriend who was pressuring him to leave his wife for her all three suspects are due in court tomorrow ... >>and 911 operator killed scion alleged in truckdriver was memorialized this morning ... it funeral service was held for mercy adkins at st. joseph can't church in lincoln park she will be laid to last at st. mary's cemetery and evergreen park harrison i
Jul 15, 2011 12:00pm CDT
schneider is live with this report ... >>mayor rahm emanuel is playing hardball the pink slips are going out to over 600 workers the unions wanted to reach beyond the june 30th deadline to figure ways to work this out but the mayor said time was up ... >>i want everybody to know that i have a responsibility which is to save $30 million to close the budget gap drew peterson attorney is demanding that producers of a made-for-tv movie about peterson stop work on the project rob lowe was chosen to portray drew peterson who is charged with killing his third wife kathleen savio peterson is also suspected the disappearance of his fourth wife stacy peterson pete petersons attorney sent a letter to the producers in the movie is nothing to character assassination and would further prejudicing potential jury for peterson's murder trial he says the move to make even more difficult to find an impartial jury and if lifetime network doesn't call off the move he will sit. >>electricity is being restored to that homes and businesses still in the dark from monday's storms commonwealth edison just give a
Jul 18, 2011 12:00pm CDT
schneider is live to break it down from the newsroom ... >>the mayor claims that the job on recycling pickups can be done for half the price from private outside firms so under his new plan a portion of the work will be held by the city's blue trucks by beginning soon waste management and midwest metal with a low price bidders for the job and they will take over several routes those cost savings for recycling pickups the services can be expanded into wicker park and bucktown ... >>i promise to do this during the campaign it's the right thing to do for the city it's the right thing to do for the residents the taxpayers and everybody involved to bring a service that for too long is not measured up to what we know the city can do and has done in the past ... >>the mayor says it's all about making the city greener and more cost-effective ... >>but unlike last week when the he called for up to 625 city union worker layoffs to save money no layoffs are involved in this deal instead that this place blue cart recycle workers will be reassigned to other vacant positions within the departmen
Jul 26, 2011 12:00pm CDT
threatened to lay off hundreds of workers to close a massive budget gap monica schneider has a live report ... >>mayor emmanuel has been calling for proposed work rule changes for unions like the idea that one union has accepted taking a lower rate of overtime pay to umbrella groups for the trade unions of the city presented the mayor with the report that they save finds another way to trim the fat from the budget ... >>we come up with efficiency models because we think the city should be doing it before outsourcing or making more cuts from the existing workers we believe you should be managing the city more efficiently in the way that taxpayers demand ... >>among the cost-saving ideas that are being presented to the mayor they say he needs to take a closer look at city management that there are too many supervisors against the ratio of workers ... they are looking for mediate tend to one ratio ... >>middle management deserves review they are right top management deserves review as well as tax dollars spent and service deliver bulls and we will continue to look at this but in spite of
Jul 10, 2011 1:00pm EDT
of just hiding and not being brave like john schneider and a few others. >> we did talk about this. when my book came out, we had a bunch of -- we had a budge of hollywood conservative who's are present there. and one the people there said let's do this. let's have an out of closet. we're here, conservative, we're proud. people said, i think rightfully so, they are afraid of losing their jobs. to where there's no -- if there was conservative movie business, on the conservative business would get more clear. even people who are big names in the industry, i'm talking patricia, she's a wife on "everybody loves raymond" when i interviewed here, i don't feel bad, she said she was discriminated against. found out she lost six jobs. i'll write that. she called me back, please take me out of the book. i don't want to lose work. that's unfortunately how it tends to work. let's put it this way, would it be great? yeah, but there would be a lot of people that lose their work, jobs, social business, and unfortunately they have businesses done. we need to provide them a haven and support network. the
Jul 17, 2011 4:00pm EDT
.m. she called dr. howard snyder, the president's physician who rushed to the white house. schneider initially put out the word that this was a digestive upset when he knew it was a massive heart attack. he waited until mid afternoon that day before transporting the president to fitzsimmons army hospital, and even then had him walk to his car instead of calling an ambulance. if you want more detail on the mismanagement of the situation you have to read the book. i don't have time tonight. eisenhower was in the hospital for six weeks. in those days the gold standard for treatment of heart attack patients was total pet rest. his doctors would not permit him to read a newspaper, watch a movie, listen to a football game on the radio, let alone to a serious presidential business. he did not take a step across his term for a month. this incredibly active man felt like a caged animal. so at the very moment the soviet union intended to change the balance of power in the middle east eisenhower was out of commission. secretary of state john foster dulles was on his own, unable to consult with
Jul 14, 2011 6:00pm EDT
and 18-year-old sean schneider, tuesday night was supposed to be filled with fun at the early heights carnival. but as the couple crossed richie highway at severna park, the night turned tragic. suddenly, both were struck by an oncoming car. >> it was just a crazy accident. >> reporter: that's how family friend elizabeth benfield describes it. medivacs lifted the teams to shock trauma, where cara is on life support. awaiting to donate her organ. >> they're getting the recipients in place for her to save seven people. >> anne arundel county says the driver was not alt fault. he was going the speed limit. but he couldn't see cara or sean. they were wearing dark clothing. >> stress about pedestrian safety. crosswalks. face traffic. >> reporter: richie highway is a big and busy road. and cara's family and friends say they want more police presence here to help people cross the street. especially while the carnival is attracting hundreds every night. >> reporter: somebody needs to do something. i'm all about carnivals. it just needs to be handled better. >> reporter: and anne arundel count
Jul 11, 2011 9:00pm CDT
charter academy accused of being drunk when he crashed into her but a cut schneider >> continues to be a sad story all of the way are brought a beloved 911 dispatcher killed in a situation similar to those she may have handled calls on in their job also sad in terms of the teenager now charged a chicago high school athlete who school officials describe as a very bright student his bond was set today at $1 billion. drug and high on ecstasy of the accusations tonight against the 16 year-old chicago high school football quarterback now charged as an adult with first-degree murder. we get a car crash that killed a chicago police dispatcher on her way home from work suspect marquis harrison in court today bod said at $1 billion in connection with the accident that took the life of marciea adkins. stolid range rover marquis harrison driving and that they were in pursuit of police slammed into marciea adkins subaru a fatal hit situation gave her co-workers pause >> she died some think that what we do >> could happen to anyone of us when we leave work given the fact we work the same ho
Jul 19, 2011 12:00pm CDT
for beating a c p s student to death ... monica schneider has a live report ... >>16 year-old fenger high-school student teheran albert was killed in a mob beating that got wired attention ... >>the infamous video of the dairy and albert beating we after except it 32 yearshave to expect the sentence i was expecting all along our one ... >>when we have no values as parents we sent a certain byproduct of that out to the streets through our children ... >>mrs. our byrd said some positives have come from this terrible experience ... the fifth and final defendant and this case will learn his cakfate at the end of the month ... >>the department of children and family services will allow catholic charities to take on new foster care cases ... even though the group refuses to honor the state's new civil unions law catholic charities has a policy that bars it same- sex couples from becoming foster parents in court yesterday both sides agree to let cafeteria's take on new cases at least for a few weeks a hearing is scheduled for mid august to determine whether the group can continue our from fos
Jul 24, 2011 7:45am EDT
that his doctors would have vetoed a few weeks early. the president's guard dropped off schneider and his home and ike retired to his bed almost any of the. the doctor was removing his clothes when the phone rang. snyder reached for it with the shutter, only the first lady would be calling at such an hour. this is another anguishing medical drama that i'm sorry to say it again, you will need to read in the book if you want to know. it turned out that ike had an obstruction in his upper intestine, which the doctors called billy-itis. 13 doctors agonize for hours over whether to stick a knife in a president who suffered a heart attack eight months earlier. they waited until 2 a.m. on saturday june 9 to operate. dr. snyder later opined the surge would've taken place hours earlier if the patient had been someone else. once again, eisenhower was out of commission for weeks. but the middle east, the timing could not have been worse. by the time ike return to the white house on july 15, 1956, john foster dulles had decided to withdraw the american offer of aid to the aswan dam projects, largely
Jul 7, 2011 7:00am EDT
. here's chief medical editor dr. nancy schneider. >> good morning, sit down. >> carrie didn't expect to be here, in treatment for a eating disorder at the age of 41. >> you don't fit in a pair of pants anymore, so you're a big fat cow. yet, here she is, after a desperate intervention. >> my sister said, carrie, you are spiraling out of control. >> what made you hear them? >> i wanted to. i was ready. i'm 41 years old. and it was just time. i was tired. >> a cascade of traumatic events in mid life is a trigger for women with eating disorders in women over 30. >> i didn't realize i still had a eating disorder. >> a recently divorced mom of two and struggling small business owner, eating or not eating was the one thing she could control. >> i was losing hair, my gums were bleeding, broken bones, lost the period for three years. i didn't care. what mattered was the scale. >> the body you have now, do you like it? >> i'm learned to. >> learning in treatment three days a week in the treatment center. >> i'm excited i'm getting my hunger cues back. >> she designed a program specifically for
Jul 5, 2011 2:35am EDT
schneider has spina bifida so he can't actually feel his foot. his wife was understandably shocked by the nighttime attack. >> for something like this to happen to him, it seems very unfair. because, i mean, you're looking at him and you're like, well, hasn't he been through enough? you know? i mean, to struggle through life since you were born from the day you were born on, for5 years. >> what can you say or do? you know, just move on. >> they had left a window open because they had didn't have air conditioning. they suspect that's how the offending rodent comes in. because he wants revenge. and who can blame him. >>> exxonmobil now admdms that the yellowstone river oil leak extends far beyond its original estimate of ten miles. and the company is promising to do whatever is necessary to clean up the test of thousands of gallons spilling into the river since friday night. investigators are still trying to figure out what caused the pipeline to rupture in the first place. >> at this time, we do not know the root cause. this is a very unusual event. obviously we had a large amount o
Jul 31, 2011 6:30pm EDT
we have people like governor schneider and others trying to restructure government to make it more nimble, more limited and allow for more self-government within the states to make them more attractive for business, not loin to break in new startups but to allow us to keep the college kids that we educate that are still leaving us now for other states. so the laboratories of democracy are getting the concept they can't continue on. if this is 1965, the year of my birth that things have changed since then. except government hasn't. so these are the place that are going do it. what's going to change these places is the ability to diversify the economy once you fix some of the fundamental that we have talked about so that entrepreneurs and innovators and workers can come together to grow those economies and find the new jobs so that we not only i.d. here in the united states but we also produce in the united states. we can also sell them in the united states. take our products overseas for sale. these are things that right now we're not seeing. what we're seeing is a continuation of t
Jul 3, 2011 7:00am EDT
in north dakota. at the same time, you see someone like jasper schneider, who also ended up halfway through his term in the house of representatives running for state insurance commissioner. it is a combination of the family background or certain states are more receptive. host: we have about 20 minutes left with our guest. jersey city, new jersey, good morning. caller: your guest is obviously well versed in the political landscape. of young politicians. for a better standpoint, -- from a boater standpoint, i don't have a preference whether the candidate is older or younger or 35 or 55 or 75. i just want them to be sincere and honest and have accomplished something in their life as opposed to their father was a career politician or where uncle. -- or their uncle. i want to show some track record. handling local and state government issues before they reach the federal level. host: and i ask you a question? you have a young elected official running to be your mayor in jersey city. what you think about him? caller: i don't know that much about him and there as not been much coverage of local
Jul 30, 2011 5:00am PDT
will perform "lights" on our "second cup cafe." >>> we have a new person on our couch today, emily schneider, one of our intrepid producers, thanks for coming back, russ. >> no problem. >> emily, join the party. >> emily has done incredible work, people who may not know exactly how all this works, people behind the scenes do so much for all of us here at "the early show" and emily is one of those people -- >> you guys do everything. >> okay but emily goes above and beyond. emily goes above and beyond. our executive producer, michael rosen right now is telling me to try and make you cry. >> oh no i cried yesterday and cry again later. we're good for now. >> i feel i've watched emily grow up. started in 2008, two and a half years ago and developed into an incredible producer. >> thank you. >> great professional, going to miss you an awful lot and proud of you. >> great second baseman an our softball team. i feel so out of the loop. where is em going? >> i've got a new job in pr, trying something different out. i will be missing you guys every saturday morning while i'm sleeping. >> you're smil
Jul 21, 2011 7:00am PDT
schneider, introduced us to these, and back with meal replacements. >> this segment is so interesting because we were talking about the before dishes out? you can do better? >> yes. start with breakfast. for nutrients and energy, but whhn you eat a huge breakfast it makinn you more tired. digestion takes up a huge amount of energy. this is a breakfast burrito, looks good. egg whites, water soluble protein, ingredient in -- >> how can you live on those? >> this is berry and starch and organize juice, like giving yourself a shot oo sugar. thaa's heavy. the better option is what you ladies are having. my signature drink called the smoothie. we need nutrients in the morning, it's blended. goes right into your system, all the vitamins, mineral, everything you need with fiber in it helping keep you full as wel well. later in the morning if you're still hungry, you can have oatmeal once in a while. heavy meals you tenn to need more caffeineeand snacks later >> and we heard coffee's good for you. five cups. i like it. >> kimberly, if i had this for lunch, turkey sandwich on wheat with a diet
Jul 31, 2011 10:30am EDT
with the government we have in washington, so what we have people like governor schneider, and others working at the state level to try to restructure government, make it more nimble, more accountable, more limited, and allow for self-government in the states to meet the more attractive for business, on the lid to bring in new start-ups, but to allow us to keep the college kids that we educate that are still leaving us now for other states, so the laboratories of democracy are getting the concept that they cannot continue as if this is 1965, the year of my birth, the things have changed since then, except government has not pirie these are the places that are going to do it, and what is going to change these places is the ability to diversify the economy once you fix some of the fundamentals we have talked about so that on to produce and innovators and workers can come together to grow those economies and find new jobs -- entrepreneurs and innovators and workers can come together to grow those economies and find new jobs. these are things that right now we are not seeing. what we are seeing i
Jul 10, 2011 1:00pm EDT
that we all pursue, which is to restore the competitiveness of the country. >> thanks. howard schneider from "the washington post." >> one broader question about europe, if i could, particularly now that you have switched perspectives. do you think the ecb has been overstating the risks of an orderly default or restructuring of sovereign debt throughout the continent? they clearly feel like this would set the dominoes rolling. they also have a lot of their own assets in play and at risk here. so, i'm wondering if you think that because of that they have overstated the risks? secondly, briefly -- i can't resist. do you think the staff here are all clones of each other? >> dealing with your second question, of course not. of course not. i attended the town hall meeting, you should have seen the room. your room here is full, but the room yesterday was just amazing. and what was even more amazing was the diversity that was clearly obvious in the room. what i suggest is that diversity is multifaceted. it's not just about gender, color, religion, sexual preferences, but also about culture, al
Jul 20, 2011 7:00am PDT
," he who plays julian's real dad? john schneider, jon stewart, steve carell or james. >> believe it's the first one. >> believe you're wrong. >> no, no, no, it's good. happy news, he gets my cd "sentimental." good for him. so the correct answer is jon stewart. >> a lot of people don't remember that before he was the host of "the daily show," he was a stand-up comedian and an actor who had quite a few film roles and tv roles. >> did not know. back to kath. >> which father gave him his first acting role, tom hanks, martin sheen. >> i'll say martin sheen. >> it's a good day for me. >> great day for all. >> that was a good guess. i would have said martin sheen. the correct answer is tom hanks. >> that film called "that thing you do." he gave his son colin hanks a role. >> his son had a long runway with acting and that was his first role and since then he's been in a few roles that don't even involve his dad. >> look at this beautiful mom and their kids, they are from chicago, the most honest city in the country, right? >> yes. >> all right. we'll play a clip, okay? i'll ask you the ques
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